Alice Major's powerful new collection considers humanity's reckoning in a time of tremendous upheaval.
Everyday perceptions made radiant.
[Leow's] work pounds away at the façade of Canadian tolerance and diversity. It’s funky with the fermentation of colonial rule, and bitter as a medicinal tonic.
The importance of Di Brandt’s poetry to Canadian literature cannot be overestimated.
A tough and tender collection that contributes to one of the most compelling narratives of the modern age - the contemporary family in transition.
A deeply personal long poem about migration and legacy and their resonance in a modern world.
Death Becomes Us captures, with masterful grace and restraint, the intensity of absence and the importance of grief.
Nostalgia for Moving Parts reminds us how to hear and see the ephemeral in the eternal and the eternal in the ephemeral: the moving parts of all our lives.
Winner, Fred Kerner Book Award
[The poems in The World Is Mostly Sky] haunt. They ricochet. They pierce and shine.
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